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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Voltune III. CRIPPEN AND AUSTRALIAN Lethbridge, Alta., Tuesday, October lltli, 1910. ________________ Crimr Opened in Central inal Court Evidence Reviewed STATEMENT OF CASE POLICY Melbourne, Oct. The tendency ito Socialism inherent in the policy of tjhs Fisher administration- is now- be- come visible, say tile critics of the overnment. The cabinet is certainly ground for the- criticism. It. is MONTREAL EN FETE FOR PREMIER Wonderful Demonstration! Verdictjn Inquest Into theded to deal in detail with, the >nce given at po- lice court, .From tb' is he said it was apparent; that Crippen -was seen in. excellent health and "spirits in Jan- wary last. Soon: after; then., ihe disappeared. In consequence aaS suspicions as to "the'" cause ,'of disappearance, Crippen wrote tc i .Dr. ,a C she had" 'died, ir. California and forcing; through parliament a bill stat- ing that a monopoly is anything which each house declares to be a monopoly. Opponents 01 the government insist that this measure is intended to be a short cut to the nationalization of snipping and of the tobacco and cigar industries. Women in New Zealand The effect of women's Votes is felt in New Zealand. A bill has been in- troduced iby Sir Joseph Ward, the prime minister, authorizing a referen- dum of the question, ot" imposing pro- hibition for four years. There is an alternative severely reducing the num- ber .of licenses, prohibiting 'the con- sumption of liquor in non-licensed districts, forbidding the engagement of .barmaids and prohibition of sale by hotels except to adults..; Eighteen federal members will at- tend the coronation ceremony. v expect to meet politicians of other do- minions and' discuss with-, them the question of imperial federation. at the Monument National THOUSANDSATTEND Answers Nationalist At- tack-Shows Up Tory Talk Death of; Andrew Pachser The inquest.on the body of Andrew j Fachser, who was- burned in number six mine last Monday and died oh Sat- urday, wasjheld yesterday by Coroner A. JB. Humphries'in .the reading room !'at the The jury ,-was''composed of'Hugh Scott, foreman, McKean; W. L. Wilson, Alex Johnson, Sam" Jones and rv.f 11 James in R. G. 1 dem- Addison's' undertaking rooms at 10 1 rt W I V T MONKS AND MS ARE GETTING OUT Portugese Goverjomierit is onstration to Sir Wilfrid Laurier in the Monument National was one o: the most spontaneous ah'd enthusias- man in Canada. The'' premier return- uc -receptions ever public ed recently from a triumphant' touf the west but- never .in his western trip or in fact at any time .in his life had he- such greeting as tonight. The Monument National was, packed to the doors by cheering thousands long before tbe; hour.for which the premier was an- nounced to speak. Sir Wilfrid came down from Ottawa .this afternoon by special train, reaching Place Viger station about 1 o'clock. Here he was informal welcome bv. the leaders of Liberalism' in. the cm- and the province, after., 'which he -was escorted to his-four in -hand by massed: bands -and thousands of torch was o'clock, and viewed? the remains and 'barracks. Andrew of mines, Lttotifieilt.-and was present. ;Sam} Jones-Saline "foreman, was the first He was'on duty-on 1.30 p. m.. on Oct.: the accident occurred.; Andrew Pachser, the de- ceased, was "'burned, by .an explosion gas in; an -room, num- ber four-fn, the .third .-butt west. This has 'an -entrance eight feet wide five :feet two inches high" and .was as is usual, fay a fence built the opening with written on it. Pachser had' received to. enter, the room, -ro the witness' and C. P. R. Passenger Crews Will Not Be Moved Away LETTER TO MAYOR Victoria, Oct. application of'.no reason .why.the man Propety the cable anno? jncing -her death, bad come as a greaj shock to him. Crippen told t' practically the same story to Mrs. Martinetti, a friend of Mrs. Crippen, his wife had taken pneumonian an the boat going- to America and' .chad, 'died at Lros Angeles. Before Mrs., disappeared she tad convers ation one day with. Mrs. Martinetti s md showed her an abdom- inal scar 'w faich -was left as' the result of an op err ition. That, recorder remarked, would be a piec a of evidence of great im- portance i in. this case for according to the evkle nee of doctors, there was a similar s on the body found a? Hillsdror Crescent. In coi isequence of communications tf the police, Inspector Drew saw Cn" jppen at the Albion jwhen b. a made a long statement winch contra Dieted versions of his "wife's death, he had already given. Crippe ii stated that he had made an I statement of his wife's death to av pid scandal. Leneve's Story "Wl jen Leneve was seen by. the po- lice .'she said Crippen bad told her ithat "Ms wife had gone to America and late} that she had died out there, L' ineve's continued the rec( irder, appears to be a uniform one thai _c she was acting as mis- trei 5S having the slightest idea th Inspector-, Scott-.asked witness some Takes Representation Of Men Who Were On Council General Superintendent Price of the C. P. R., has written the city that in view the declaration made by the j gentlemen who were members of the t-ethbridge town council in 1904 and 1S05 wJaen the agreement was enter- ed, into with the C. P. R.r whereby the latter was to be a terminal divis- ional point, the s passeng'er e'ngine crews will not be moved from Leth- 'dridge to Medicine Hat, and, the pass- of importance rcame before the gov- ernment of British Columbia at to- day's sitting of the Executive, being made by the railway company through its solicitor, Mr. D'Arcy Tate, and be- ing for, an order in" council to permit of the, employment of Asiatic labor on the construction, of the G. T. P. tnroiigh British- Columbia. The appli- cation' was Accompanied1 by a news- paper J. clipping from the: Manitoba -Free Press cif, the 14th -ultimo, the gist of which, >as brought the alleg- ed scarcity of 'labor in this province interference with the progress of construction." This" article was stated- as- -by President C. Hayes, thatrsuch.was labor in Brit- ish Columbia, and ;so-actite; the feel- ing Utilization "'piE foreign iabor, FIRE STRICKEN Counting Up the Dead- WARROAD ree -7 Warroad. .Mian., ll s saved- after.. three. daysVaiid-hijjhts; of tireless effects during a11 was'- suspended y. that :it; hasten, found- impos- 1 available man Jv'by to ffiarrv wifhin Mavor Woridv fcvmrnt1 fciii'- sible to .carry. on .construction -within -British Columbia- "ithe 'comple- tion of the -present "contract- held by .t'oJey, a point 238 After the "government eager engines Changed at Alacleod in- decided 'the 'application Mayor Woody, fought: .tb. with the flames.: vAVith-' the assistatich' of two fire -engines7 H'birtee three thousand' f of-hose "fires were stead of at Lethbridge and Crow's js'est. Mr. Price's, letter "to Mayor Adams- was written last Friday but somehow was not mailed- until yesterday. .Mr, Price phoned up to E. A.'Cunningham, a member of the business men's com- mittee, last night and told him that the -letter had .in some way been omitted to be mailed.. He acquaint- ed him with hig decision which was to the effect that the contemplated change would not be made. The Letter, letter received by Mayor Ad- ains is as follows: Deferring to our. recent -corres- pondence and to which took-place on Monday last in Leth- --itave given ---the matter. of. 'engine crew's- being. and at variance 'with; if -well policy of, conserving" Columbia, its. resources and. 'its industrial1 opportuni- ties for white .people. SPOKANE Cornietiii Line at uie niPeg, nacK tires were ;water poured on-, flames-, until tonight dued. "-There, is'-no even...should, a gale, men here, are Worst The ;wbrst is. .throughout -'Cine fire stricken-, district -and mains to-take.a .toll provide" much needed, destitute- .All .kinds" of; loss of life have, been impossible to arrive .at a- correct __ tablished that perished near Spooner and; JBeaudetrte as .that: je--- covered.V .Only -one of man, was burned in ;a ers were "homesteaders., is -Lake --the Land- 3jOOO feet' of -hose-i fires', ,ou-, .the: "The situation- at' Maclcod; instead of- at an'd t0 Oct: questions.- about the- location of room si-deration, and in -view of the Jour. '.It seems that _ deceased [ration made, by the gentlemen who con- East Kootenay Telephone Ltd. -about two hundred and fifty1 in to get into the aban- doned room. -In a short time a cross cut will (be made which will-ventilate where the accident occur- red- Stewart -McLeary, a fire boss, was the next witness. Ke was not .pres- ent at time of explosion as, he is ou the night shift. His business is down in the mine and he inspected room four about 4 a. m.. on the day-, of the e LetHbridge -board of al-'J to a Herald representative this aermen; at "the time the agreement that his -company to company was entered into, ha limes j and wire ;connec- I have decided, at least for the pres- tions made by which Fernie-will be ent, that no change will be made in placed in with the. existing arrangements. Spokane, Seattle; Vancouver, Victor- Yours truly, Portland' .and all mtervenini; A. PRICE, points by the-nrst of next month. General but very bad; weather will I prevent tins being accomplished' in A meeting of tiie business men the lime stated.. To-the east the sys- topk up the matter has been calied tern' is already in touch .with accident.' The room was this evening when motions wijl i Ta government lines and Lethbridge DEITZ, HIS WIFE AND SON LESLIE Will Be Charged with Murder ot" Deputy Os- car Harp .wayward, Wis.. Oct. JJeitz, hie wife and his eldest son, are all to be charged with murder in the first degree in connec- tion with the -killing.of the deputy, i Oscar Harp. The news of the verdict at the coroners jury at Winter reach- ed here shortly after noon. Deitz's wound is slight. The physicians who cressed it today says it is only a flesh wound under the left thumb. Clar- ence did not appear in sympathy with his.fatner and 'did not want to see him. Leslie continues defiant. Mrs-. Ueitz is in good health, though bitter." it is said by the authorities that if the other prominent Lib- erals present were Hon. Gervais, M P. for St. James, Robert. Bickerdike, M.P. _for St. Lawrence- L: A. many other p'rominent provincial- and federal Liberals. Before Sir Wilfrid spoke, addresses, of; welcome were read by the various i on; Saturday, Oct. 1st. .Witness not- "ced gas when he was in on Monday morning, Oct. 3rd, but did not, report probably be passed thanking Mr. -Price and the C. P. R. for the position they have taken in the matter. can soon talk to Spokane Fernie. through it as it is not the custom to so when gas is found in an abandoned room. Jt was necessary for him INSPECTED THE enter as be is a fire boss, but he knows of no reason why Pachser en- tered the place. T- 'I Liberal cliias and short speeches were j Pete Slem. a Russian winery was made by a number of the younger third witness. He was working lhCSe which aroused j in room number three tfae'flav of th- en Ohusja w nu, unusual was that When everything has been put. in j perfect working order this service I will be of great benefit to a vcry j large scope of territory, bringing, in- to closer touch the business and com- THE CRIUSER mcrciai interests and placing the j newspapers in- P" much better position today inspected the Niobe press leaves today for Halifax. The I e is expected to arrive at its des-l t Sir Wilfrid's oldest and warmest! friends, Senator David. Conservative Dissensions Laurier after thanking the meeting ami organiz-ers for the loyal reception then referred to the Conservative con- vention was to have been held this year, but which was abandoned The premier declared the convention was called off because of the divided counsels which rendered the conx-ic- tions of committee meetings a Tower of Babel. In r-he province of British aucl ran out and saw smoke coming from Day. The vessel is like the Kain- room four and saw deceased lying on the floor about ten feet inside room. He and another man carried the injured man to the cage. De- ceased did not speak: 'just groaned. Dr. Shillino-ton. the next witness, slated thai death was due to the in- ternal burns deceased received from bow. NO intoxicants are sold in the canreen and instead of H. M. S. on sailors' cap ribbons, they have H.-M. Inhaling- the names. The face, hands Columbia which I visited with a and shoulders were very badiy burn-- of my friends some time ago a bat- tle will be waged against the govern- ment on the question of Asiatic im- migration in tho provinces of the' west In Alberta, Manitoba and Sas- katchewan, Hie question will-be fiscal and a lowering of the tariff will be demanded. In certain portions of the province of Ontario the question will be on fiscal matters, and LE RO1 MINE WILL BE STARTED UP AGAIN ed that the Great Northern Railway company has purchased the Le Ro'i John Seredish. another .Russian, was mme. and also'tbat orders have working wilh PPieSI.m in room three j given to Have the road bed and all, gave much the same evidence as images placed in a thorough state of i gave. He heard Pachser walk- repair between the mine an'd the Gran- and SJem ing towards the door before he fell, was adjourned until The two Germans who spoke with Pachser by smelter. rumors X0 confirmation of the lp at- lbe win notjarter he was injured. j t_ _ in the charge of murder against Deitz fails he will be tried on the other chances, including that of assault with intent to murder Bert Horel. It is thought that Harp's death may b'e placed on Deitz by a consideration of the at- tendant circumstances. be the lowering Of the tariff that is demanded but the increasing of the At lhc tariff. In Ontario also the war will Fred Wostske and Robert be made on the government on the Rallies, two Germans, were esamin- question of The navy with the associ-Jed. They spoke very little English well, in the j so an interpreter was used. Fred VTosrske was called first. He prTTed in room four where cc-ccp.sed free -transportation bur- zone to all- those, who hj____ .Last night- the through a crisis with the smbke.h'ang- mg over-the-town so breathing: was difficult" and That it'was impossible to" the sidewalk -without a refugees were in a- state- of "suppress-" ed 'excitement arid the nervous and -began- to' wander aiml-es's-: ly around the town. Mayor- .MboHyf called a" mass meet.ing-in the :towa hall..and reassured them of their t.v, warning them to keep: their heaiis. The Canadian Northern has had a train in-readiness, to-leave-at a moment's notice and it would have taken little urging to.start the whole town for Winnipeg. Rushing In Supplies Minn.. Oct.- the Northern Pacific and the -TVEhne- sota and Inter national- rail-ways'will nm direct .from St. Paul to-Internal tional Falls to go on to taking tents and supplies for thc-fire sufferers. Clementson Burned Cfrnientson, a-settlement him last Deccm-ber of the j this -ing cast along- both sid-es.. River towards Fort Frances and InV' ternational Falls. These towns enveloped in smoke and close'as t0 be almost Burying Rainy River, Oct. lO.-The '.'last- sari rites today were said over .-a" number of those, who perished fire. There was neither time nor in- clination-for tfw- roughest of boxes pould provided' ana several bodies were enclosed the same coffin. The remains in many cases were unrecognizable ami '-onlv surmised by the. location where -the remains w-erc 'found. Believe Plant. Is Safe Oct. 11.-It was officially denied by tnc Rainy River Luinber that their Rainy River'plant's .JohnB. wafcson of town tr, look AVPT GOOD FLOW OF GAS AT TABER By-Law Carried the Bay Well Was Tafacr, Oct. flow. uf as was the struck on Saturday morning in which reached a pres- burned as rumored on SundavV Secre- YOUNG MAN GETS THE Isure of about 100 pounds. The dnpth i, 'iOt Portage Li; j is less than 700 feet, and it is 5cr to- has deiinite 'report that gas will be Found